Mike bought the original molds that were used for the Atari Jaguar to house his own game console.
To buy them he personally loaned $6,000 to GameGavel, but they didn’t stay in the company for long.
Scott Schreiber was one of many victims of the Mike Kennedy Business Model.
Mike had several sites and services that stemmed from an idea, either his own or that of somebody else, and he employed the same business model in most of them.
Scott outlines that for us…
When I sat down to write this book, I didn’t sit down to write this book. I didn’t even know if it was a book. I knew there was a story to tell, atthe very least a factual documentation of the rise and fall of Mike Kennedy, but I didn’t just want to write a factual documentation of events. What I didn’t realize until I had started writing was that there is also a story between the lines and that is what I wanted to write.
Hello and welcome to the first post on Smoke And Mirrors here at colecochameleon.org, I hope you’ll stick around for some fun and enlightening posts about the rise and fall of Mike Kennedy and the story that led to the demise of the Coleco Chameleon.
Here I will be posting regular content that will provide some excellent background to the book.